Andy Parsons; Patience

Sometimes you go to an art exhibition that speaks to your soul. One that moves you and takes you back to days spent in hospital corridors and nursing homes. Hours sitting beside a bed, listening to rattling breathing. Being handed tea and biscuits. Remembering kind words and sympathy. Looking at walking frames without owners. Hearing... Continue Reading →

At The Model

I was thrilled to have one of my photos chosen to be in the Cairde Visual Exhibition at The Model Art Gallery, Sligo. The opening night was last night and I was in two minds all the way along as to if I should go or not. A friend of mine said she would go... Continue Reading →

Squirrels and Sculptures

In order to find my missing mojo I took a trip to the Botanic Gardens in Dublin today. It's one of my favourite places in Dublin to visit and it's free! I was delighted with this little fellow decided to pose for me. So after taking about 50 photos of him I carried on to... Continue Reading →

The Exhibition is on the move

Part of yesterday was spent packing up the Wild Atlantic Wayfarer exhibition from the Hawk's Well Theatre. It's been wonderful to have an exhibition there and my sincere thanks to the Hawk's Well, Look West. I'd also like to thank everyone who called in to see it and of course those who purchased an image.... Continue Reading →

Five Glens Arts Festival

Yesterday I went along to Manorhamilton for the Five Glens Art Festival. It was a varied programme of events with something to do for all ages. I thought the Vintage Afternoon Tea sounded delightful so I went along to check it out. It was set in the Castle Cafe which is in the grounds of... Continue Reading →

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